BlueLora Node on Kickstarter

Mark Zachmann
Dec 15, 2019 · 1 min read

So, after 2 years of development I’ve decided to try to sell the BLE/LoRa node on Kickstarter. This is the unit (with slight mods) that I use for Heat Guardians — long range pet temperature monitors.

It’s a really cool kit with the latest LoRa chip, a very advanced low-power nrf52840 BLE processor, an OLED display, a LiPo charger and a bunch of sensor I/O ports.

I’m charging almost exactly what it would cost you to build one yourself from parts.

A BlueLora Node

See more on Kickstarter.

Home Wireless

Home automation in the wireless IOT era

Mark Zachmann

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Entrepreneur, software architect, electrical engineer. Ex-academic.

Home Wireless

Home automation in the wireless IOT era

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